How to Find/Retrieve UDID of iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch

iphone If you own an Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and want to locate its UDID, then here is an easy way to do this task. First of all, you must know what UDID is:

UDID (Unique Device ID) or unique identifier number is a 40-digit sequence of letters and numbers, associated with every iPhone and iPod touch device.

To find iPhone/iPad/iPod touch UDID, follow the easy steps below:

1. Connect your device with the USB cable. Start iTunes on Windows or Mac.

2. Select your iPhone/iPod/iPad under Devices menu, and open its Summary Tab.

3. You will see an entry named ‘Serial Number’ there, click on it.

4. Upon clicking, the word serial number will change to ‘Identifier (UDID)’.

UDID in itunes

5. A 40-digit UDID appears, which you can copy to clipboard using command (Ctrl + C on Windows) and (Command + C on Mac).

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4 Responses

  1. daniel baumgartner says:

    Is there any way to get the udid off a device that you have lost?

  2. Ferhat says:

    Anyway to change that UDID code just invade I want to sell my iPhone 4 in the near future?

    I would like to think someone somewhere is working on a UDID code generator on PC or MAC to change it for when you want to sell or have bought a second hand iPhone?

  3. naugtur says:

    To read the UDID in Linux just use [lsusb -v] – prints lots of text, but it’s easy to find.

  4. f0k says:

    To read the UDID in Linux just use:
    lsusb -v 2> /dev/null | grep -e “Apple Inc” -A 2
    This will print three lines per attached apple device: The manufacturer, the device name and the UDID (called “iSerial”).

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